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Starting a new business is an exciting but challenging endeavor. One of the most important aspects of launching a new venture is deciding if, when, and how to raise capital for a startup. With many options available, it’s essential to … Continue reading

When a startup decides to raise capital through crowdfunding, the following question often poses itself: “Should I offer equity or revenue share to potential investors?” With the same goal of raising capital, the execution and post-raise period can look significantly … Continue reading

General solicitation for startups can be a powerful tool that allows startups to reach a wider pool of potential investors. However, not every startup that is raising capital is able to utilize general solicitation. Knowing if you can generally solicit, … Continue reading

Regulation Crowdfunding (Reg CF) has emerged as a way for startups to raise capital, allowing them to access a wider pool of potential investors due to the public nature of the raise in addition to less restrictive investor regulations. In … Continue reading

Investing in Challenging Times

Investing in Challenging Times

Investing in recessionary times can be a challenging proposition for investors, as economic downturns can lead to volatile markets and declining asset values. However, for private market investors, recessionary periods may present a window of opportunity to make strategic investments … Continue reading

Reg CF Investment Limit Changes

Reg CF Investment Limit Changes

Inflation has been increasing in 2022, with the U.S. reporting an annual inflation rate of 7.1% for the 12 months ended November 2022[1]. In response to rising inflation, many banks have increased the interest rate of savings accounts, and the … Continue reading

Equity Crowdfunding Myths Debunked

Equity Crowdfunding Myths Debunked

Equity crowdfunding, also known as regulation crowdfunding, helped pave the way for private companies to raise capital from their “crowd”, or the community around them. While many private market investments have limits on who can invest, typically limited to wealthy … Continue reading